Revisiting the entrepreneurial mindset most ignored

Let me tell you this – sometimes, it will take an entrepreneur 5 years to buy the most affordable car, even if that entrepreneur makes millions every month.​
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The most recurring thoughts on the minds of most entrepreneurs are:​
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🎯 How to make more money​
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🎯 How to multiply the money I have​
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🎯 How to pay my bills without touching my capital or going broke.​
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🎯 How to work for 30 hours a day.​
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From the assessment of the general public, entrepreneurs are “doing well.”​
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They think entrepreneurs are money bags. But deep down, it’s not that easy.​
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Entrepreneurs are one of the most careful persons in the world. Their ideas are always insane.​
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In fact, the moment they get a hint of an idea, they start talking big and working towards the execution.​
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You see that your ₦30k per month job? Hold it well. Don’t jump into entrepreneurship because you see testimonials or those making it.​
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Only a few of them will tell you of the days they had no projects to handle.​
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What about the depression, bills to pay and inability to afford some items?​
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I always tell you this – some salary earners are literally better than entrepreneurs because their pay is already assured.​
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That’s not always the case with entrepreneurs who have to struggle for everything.​
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There are some things entrepreneurs cannot afford even when they make x5 of what their white collar friends make.​
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It’s not about being stingy. It’s mostly because of the long-term commitment to the projects they want to execute.​
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At this point, material comfort is something they cannot afford.​
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At the end of the day, only those who can manage their emotions and make important financial decisions will get the most out of entrepreneurship.

It’s been 2 years and 4 months since I received a salary for a job. I know the gains and pains that come with working for yourself while building something on the side.​
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Entrepreneurship is not for everyone, just as white collar jobs are not for everyone.​
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Choose your lane and stay focused on it!​

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